Clay Walker has been outspoken about his battle with Multiple Sclerosis since he was diagnosed in 1996 and has become an advocate for raising awareness about MS, giving hope to others who suffer from the disease, and raising funds for MS research through his charity, the Band Against MS Foundation. For the second year in a row, Clay and some of his fellow artists are gathering at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon for Chords of Hope, a benefit concert that will raise funds for MS research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Clay will be joined by Bo Bice, Steve Holy, Rivers Rutherford, Rio Grand and Sarah Marince at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville TONIGHT, March 2.
“This concert is truly a marriage between two important aspects of my life—music and raising awareness for MS,” Clay said on his website. “I’m thrilled to be performing again at the Wildhorse and I’m honored to continue our support by raising money for the important MS research being conducted by our friends at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.”
Tickets are still available for the show and range from $15 to $150. Visit www.wildhorsesaloon.com for more information about the show, including how to purchase tickets.